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The Espial TV Browser has been integrated with Hisense TVs. Hisense is the most popular TV brand in China and has been gaining traction in other Asia-Pacific markets. The Espial TV Browser will initially be deployed on a variety of Hisense TV models in Japan to provide, among other features, support for the country’s Broadcast Markup Language (BML) standard, which enables a rich set of interactive applications and services bundled together with digital TV broadcasts over satellite, terrestrial or cable networks. The Espial TV browser supports dual mode — HTML and BML — from the same WebKit-based rendering engine also used by Google Chrome and Apple Safari.
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